Introduction

Research shows that well conducted mindfulness training can result in:

FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

  • improved the mental, emotional, social and physical health and wellbeing

  • reduced stress, anxiety, reactivity and bad behaviour 

  • greater calmness, the ability to manage behaviour and emotions, self-awareness and empathy

  • Improved focus, cognitive and performance skills and executive function

Children and young people have a natural capacity for absorption and positive emotion

Mindfulness training can help learners in your school to cultivate calm, focus and emotional intelligence; setting them up to enjoy and engage more fully in the learning process.

FOR STAFF

  • increased job performance, problem solving and ability to focus

  • reduced stress, burnout and anxiety

  • reduced days off work, 

  • better mental health; less distress, negative emotion and depression

  • greater empathy and attunement to students’ needs.

“The whole training is like a

breath of fresh air”

Teacher comment

"The whole school is calmer"

Head teacher comment

In response to requests from schools for shorter courses, we are now offering Love Mindfulness 6-week courses for:

 

  • Grounding in Mindfulness for staff: 6 x 1 hour sessions
  • Secondary classes: 6 x 1 hour (or length of lesson) sessions
  • Primary classes: 6 x 45 minutes for Key Stage Two and 6 x 30 minutes for Key Stage One
 

Please see our staff page for Mindfulness for Stress Reduction INSET training.

 

If you would like to know more please get in touch

"When you get stressed out,

do one of the practices" 

Key Stage 2 pupil

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Design and Photography: Chris Garland

Illustration: Sophie Wake

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LoveMindfulness

Based in Lewes and operating throughout Sussex

Mindfulness is the awareness that emerges through paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally, to things as they are.

KABAT-ZINN (2007)

Phone:

07795 562 483

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